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Finding prospect intel in Canadian company disclosure

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This session is all about corporate research and will cover the following topics:

  • Background on Canadian securities disclosure
    • How to seek out information on public companies including:
    • Financial statements
    • Proxy statements
    • Insider reports
  • How to research private companies including:
    • Raising capital through private placements
    • Offering documents and exempt distribution reports
    • Commercial databases
    • Drawing parallels to the US

 

About the Presenter

Tracey Carmichael is Associate Director, Research at the University of British Columbia where she leads a team of 11 researchers responsible for prospect research, data analytics, and strategic analysis to support decision-making in development and alumni engagement. She earned her MLIS degree from McGill and worked as a law librarian for eight years before joining the BC Securities Commission as a researcher, then knowledge manager until 2009. Tracey was responsible for ensuring that market participants, investors and staff had access to high quality, usable information through management of research services, websites, public information services and investor complaint intake.  Before joining UBC,  Tracey led online initiatives for the Human Security Report Project.

*CFRE credit: 1.5 pts

Note: webinar is at 1pm EST. 

October 8th, 2013 1:00 PM   through   2:30 PM
Registration fee
Member price $ 20.00
Non-member price $ 25.00
Purchase a copy $ 50.00

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